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  1. @Gadgetman The difference in stock height to medium height.....18" to 21" .
  2. IMO, the medium is all you need. Snowmobiling not supposed to feel like your in the Bahamas..
  3. Call and ask is the only way for a true answer.
  4. For me, it depends where on the sled I am riding. Am I sitting back relaxing, or up on the bars chasing OC Member Evil. Usually hits about below chin area, but again depends. Also depends on your height. I find the medium windshield perfect for me. Mrs Turbo Doo, hates it, and likes the taller one. I hate the look of the taller one myself. I am very very rarely cold either.
  5. 137", doos linq soft bag and gas caddy can will not work great together on the linq brackets. The plate solves the issues. Easier to make that, then move the factory mounting holes in the tunnel etc. Better then having multiple holes in the tunnel
  6. It allows for more options on positioning stuff. Some Linq stuff needs more spacing, and instead of re engineer the tunnel, and where you can puts linq brackets, imo, it was easier to make a plate to allow greater spacing and positioning.
  7. Imo, the newer Doo keys, are far superior then the older round push on style ones. They sometimes had issues with making a good connection with the key, and the ring on the Dess post. A friend used a penny pushed inside the older style keys, to make a better connection.
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